Scott Griffith presents 10th Annual Constitution Program to Holy Cross Parish School students
Scott F. Griffith, a partner in the Philadelphia office of Rawle & Henderson LLP, presented a program on the U.S. Constitution to students and teachers at Philadelphia’s Holy Cross Parish School on May 7, 2019. The Constitution Program is presented annually by Rawle & Henderson in partnership with the Women for Greater Philadelphia (www.womenforgreaterphiladelphia.org), stewards of Laurel Hill Mansion in East Fairmount Park. Scott and the students engaged in lively discussion regarding a number of timely issues related to the Constitution, including legalization of marijuana, the wedding cake case in which a bakery refused to make a cake for a gay couple, and the sugar tax in Philadelphia. In addition, Scott talked about the 1803 U.S. Supreme Court case Marbury v. Madison, which established the principle of judicial review.
Pictured above: Scott Griffith and students at the 2019 Constitution Program at Holy Cross Parish School.
Scott Griffith concentrates his practice in the areas of environmental, toxic and mass torts, product liability, professional liability, and white collar criminal defense. A seasoned trial attorney, Scott has tried over 60 civil and criminal matters to verdict. A 1987 graduate of Hofstra University (B.A., Literature) and a 1993 graduate of the Temple University School of Law, Scott is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York, as well as in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Middle Districts of Pennsylvania, the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. He has been admitted pro hac vice in Delaware and West Virginia. Scott was recently awarded a BV rating from Martindale Hubbell as selected by his peers. He has been selected to serve as Pennsylvania State Chair on the Council on Litigation Management.
Scott can be reached directly at: (215) 575-4323 • email@example.com
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